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 Translation for 'cane sugar' from English to Russian
тростниковый сахар {м}cane sugar
Taxa/Species (Animals, Plants, Fungi)
сель.бот.T
сахарный тростник {м}
sugar cane
Partial Matches
бот.T
камыш {м}
cane
3
бот.T
тростник {м}
cane
зоол.T
большая тростниковая крыса {ж} [Thryonomys swinderianus]
greater cane rat
трость {ж}cane [walking stick]
3
гастр.
сахар {м}
sugar
2
гастр.
виноградный сахар {м}
grape sugar
гастр.
сахарная пудра {ж}
powdered sugar
гастр.
сахарная глазурь {ж}
sugar icing
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Usage Examples English
  • The cash income gave farmsteads access to manufactured goods and imported food such as cane sugar from the West Indies in lieu of local maple products.
  • Some nutritionists caution against consumption of corn syrup because it may aggravate obesity and type-2 diabetes more than cane sugar.
  • In the 18th century, thanks to the rum trade, Flensburg had yet another boom. Cane sugar was imported from the Danish West Indies (now the US Virgin Islands) and refined in Flensburg.
  • During World War II he served as chairman of the War Production Board's cane sugar advisory committee.
  • Pliny gives special attention to spices, such as pepper, ginger, and cane sugar.

  • Just after disgorgement a "liqueur de dosage" or liqueur d’expédition - a blend of, typically, cane sugar and wine (sugar amounts up to 750 g/litre) - is added to adjust the levels of sugar in the Champagne when bottled for sale, and hence the sweetness of the finished wine.
  • That was of enslaved Africans. Cane sugar imported from the Old World was a high value, a low bulk export product that became the bulwark of tropical economies of the Caribbean islands and coastal Tierra Firme (the Spanish Main), as well as Portuguese Brazil.
  • Most cane sugar comes from countries with warm climates, because sugarcane does not tolerate frost.
  • The protection provided to the sugar beet industry by these bounties caused drastic damage to the cane sugar industry and their grip on the British sugar market.
  • However, following the example of Port, a small amount of distilled alcohol made from cane sugar was added to stabilize the wine by boosting the alcohol content (the modern process of fortification using brandy did not become widespread until the 18th century).

  • Like most Australian lagers, VB is made using a wortstream brewing process, and uses a portion of cane sugar to thin out the body of the beer.
  • Rice and cane sugar, grown further south, were not easy to come by in Appalachia and generally sorghum, honey and maple syrup were used as sweetener in local dishes.
  • By the mid-16th century, cane sugar had become Brazil's most important export, while slaves purchased in Sub-Saharan Africa in the slave market of Western Africa (not only those from Portuguese allies of their colonies in Angola and Mozambique), had become its largest import, to cope with plantations of sugarcane, due to increasing international demand for Brazilian sugar.
  • They combined their knowledge of pyroelectricity with their understanding of the underlying crystal structures that gave rise to pyroelectricity to predict crystal behavior, and demonstrated the effect using crystals of tourmaline, quartz, topaz, cane sugar, and Rochelle salt (sodium potassium tartrate tetrahydrate).
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